“Longview’s Krush Klinic” A blend of art, wine, food and urban culture

Longview Vineyard is one of the most talked about Adelaide Hills wine producers and destinations. And in January, the buzz will get much louder!

Longview has re-written the concept of a food and wine event in a Vineyard.

“Longview’s Krush Klinic”, A blend of art, wine, food and urban culture.

Amid the stunning setting of the vineyard’s Macclesfield location, four of Australia’s hottest street artists, (Store, Vans, Fredrock & Stoop) will create massive 3m x 2m works over the course of the day. The art will be judged at sunset with the winning piece being used on the label of the next vintage of Longview’s Reserve Shiraz.

All served up with extraordinary food created on premise and washed down with a glass – or two – of  Longview’s award winning estate grown wines

Held as part of the January 30th Adelaide Hills Crush Festival, Longview’s “Krush Klinic” is an innovative concept planned to develop over time to become an integral part of the award winning Longview Vineyard’s business.

The day itself will provide an exceptional experience for guests with an event, the likes of which has not been seen in Adelaide before.

It’s a ground breaking concept and a testament to Longview Vineyard’s Mark and Peter Saturno‘s ongoing commitment to push the envelope in all aspects of their business.

The brothers strive for excellence with a difference – whether it be the labelling of the bottle or the creation of its content or, hosting guests at their magnificent Adelaide Hills property for an overnight stay, to indulge in some of their famous Sunday Tapas or to attend an unforgettable function.

Joining forces with Longview are the good people of Da Klinic; one of Australia’s leading one stop shop for all things street.

Specialising in DJ and aerosol art classes, they have been in the Hip Hop / Skating industry for over ten years and are heavily involved within the local and national scene.

Providing quality service and expert advice, this urban collective bring polish and legitimacy to a burgeoning art form.

DJ’s Shep and David L will set the soundtrack to the day with cool urban, r&b, soul and funk tracks with amazing break-dancing demonstrations by the Fresh Fools, delivering highly charged examples of dancing athleticism.

Coming on board as major sponsors for the event are Ironlak Spray Cans, Vale Ale Beer, The Colonist and award winning South Australian design team Voice.

Date:              January 30th 2011

Time:             Noon – 7pm – free entry

Location:       Longview Vineyard, Pound Rd, Macclesfield, South Australia

Transport:      Bus packages available from The Colonist Hotel, Norwood: $40 per person includes breakfast at the Colonist, transportation to and from Longview Vineyard, a wine glass and your first glass of wine on arrival.

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